I am an Associate Professor of mathematics at Georgia Tech. My research is in probability theory.

Name: Michael Damron
Office: 235A
Email: mdamron6 at gatech.edu

Current teaching: Math 4221, Math 7244
Office hours: Tues., Thurs., 11-12

Short CV

Published papers

Order our first-passage percolation book.
Order our book on random growth models.

Preprints / In progress
(with B. Bock and J. Hanson) Random nearest neighbor graphs: the translation invariant case. arXiv
(with G. Brito and J. Hanson) Absence of backward infinite paths for first-passage percolation in arbitrary dimension. arXiv
(with J. Hanson and W.-K. Lam) Universality for the time constant in 2D critical first-passage percolation. arXiv
(with B. Bock) The acceptance profile of invasion percolation at p_c in two dimensions. arXiv

Upcoming talks
Mar. - Conference on stochastic processes, OSU
Sep. - Workshop on random growth models, Banff
Dec. - Statistical mechanics conference, Rutgers

Past conferences organized
Math Research Communities, Rhode Island, Summer 2019
Recent Trends in Continuous and Discrete Probability, GaTech, 2018.
AMS Joint Math Meetings short course on random growth models, Atlanta, Jan. 2017.
AIM workshop, first-passage percolation and related models, Aug. 2015
Seymour Sherman conference, Indiana, May 2015

Mentoring
Current postdocs: Alperen Özdemir
Past postdocs: Xuan Wang, Jack Hanson, Gerandy Brito

Current Ph.D. students: David Harper
Past Ph.D. students: Wai-Kit Lam Bounghun Bock

Current masters students: Bencheng Li
Past masters students: Yuanzhe Ma, Jiaheng Li

Grants - My work is currently supported by NSF grant 2054559 and an NSF CAREER grant.